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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Principle Of Bivalence

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This property of being either true or false brings us to two fundamental laws of logic: the law of non-contradiction, the law of the excluded middle or
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Counterexample, Fallacy, Deductive Reasoning

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The premise should be adequate to support the conclusion. Premises should be adequate to support the conclusion, just as these flying buttresses must b
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Critical Thinking

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Group Decision-Making, Decision-Making, No. 11 Group Raf

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1 Aug 2016
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Phased models - one of the oldest models people can follow with decision making. if you want to make good decisions you have to educate people what kin
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Division Of Labour, Scientific Management, Charismatic Authority

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1 Aug 2016
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People use certain techniques and tips from classical approach. Proponents of this metaphor argue that organizations are like machines because of the p
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Motivation

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Radical Change

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How as a leader you can define new values and behavior of doing things thats what change management. Radical change - a frame breaking change, transfor
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Organizational Conflict, Group Cohesiveness

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Glass Ceiling, Communication Design, Organizational Identification

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1 Aug 2016
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Glass ceiling - invisible barriers that prevent minorities from reaching the top. Reward differentials - based on how organizations pay their employees
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN1148 Lecture 17: 17 - Case study 1

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Human Relations Movement, Theory X And Theory Y

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1 Aug 2016
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All the authors are talking about how managers can change their leadership style to make it more humane. How you can show strong concerns for employees
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Serval, Job Performance

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1 Aug 2016
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Q1 inclusing respect and fairness inclusioneveryone"s includedyou don"t get judged. you are being judged based on your merits. not on any other irrelev
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Organizational Communication, Environmental Racism, Interpersonal Communication

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: The Onion, Organizational Culture, Finger Protocol

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Decision-Making, Delphi Method, Bounded Rationality

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1 Aug 2016
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Centralized (someone in the center making decision for everything/everyone) vs. decentralization decision making (involving others in decision making)
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Great Man Theory, Contingency Theory, Master Boot Record

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1 Aug 2016
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Leaders use their ability, charisma, and influence and motivate people. Leaders are ordinary people who do extra ordinary things. To encourage people t
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Decision Support System, Voicemail, Organizational Communication

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN1148 Lecture 20: 20 - Case study 4

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Stakeholders of a firm are people who are involved or have a direct interest in the operations of the organization. The leaders knew about the child al
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN1148 Lecture 18: 18 - Case study 2

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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Standpoint Feminism, Radical Feminism, Postmodern Feminism

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1 Aug 2016
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Critical approaches - approaches to organizational analysis that consider organizations as sites of domination and see theory as a force that can emanc
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Knitting

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Everything that helps you to understand the organization"s culture. We can build a strong culture with the natural culture value. He believed that we c
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Influence

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The motives for social conformity vary across situations can be classified as follows. Compliance (involves effect dependence) - people behave accordin
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatFall

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Closed System

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Hierarchical ordering - a simple fact that organizations are comprised of different sub systems which are a part of larger system. How a person talks t
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Melanie SextonWinter

ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Love Marriage, Op-Ed, Dowry

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24 Jul 2016
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Lecture 5 - op-ed - arrange v. s. love marriage: which one will survive. In arranged marriages the divorce rates are much lower4% Since these relations
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Melanie SextonWinter

ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Oneword, Body Image, Infinitive

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UOTTAWAENG 1120Melanie SextonWinter

ENG1120 Final: Final Exam notes

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24 Jul 2016
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Open book - bring course pack, dictionary, notes. Part one (20%): read the essay that accompanies the exam. Evaluation will be based on the demonstrati
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Melanie SextonWinter

ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fox News Channel Controversies, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, Privately Held Company

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Drug abuse and its affects on one"s career family and health. Us colleges put too much pressure on sats for international students in order to get an a
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Melanie SextonWinter

ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Op-Ed, Whatever Works, The Strongest

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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mass Society, Marshall Mcluhan, Media Studies

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10 Jun 2016
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True or false (45 questions) and multiple choice (45 questions) Using the example of ipod campaign discussed in class and based on on the book technolo
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Media Studies, Marshall Mcluhan, Communication Theory

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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN1160 Lecture 8: Lecture 8 - Perception Language & Media Representation

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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Elihu Katz, Jacques Ellul, Mass Society

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10 Jun 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Communication Theory, Falsifiability, Frame Analysis

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10 Jun 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: John A. Hobson, Social Darwinism, Cultural Globalization

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10 Jun 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Scientific Modelling, Communication Studies

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10 Jun 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Media Ethics, Media Studies, Egalitarianism

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10 Jun 2016
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Ethics is a branching field of philosophy that deals with right and wrong actions. It refers to a systematic method for making judgements concerning vo
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Mass Media, Communication Studies, Walter Lippmann

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10 Jun 2016
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Following world war ii => researchers attempted to understand mass media"s impact on audiences: some believed mass media held the future of democracy,
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Communication Studies, Communication Theory

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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Harold Lasswell, Mass Media, Depersonalization

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10 Jun 2016
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Lecture 2 - media our windows to the world. functionalist approach to the mass media harold lasswell and charles. Roles and functions that mass media h
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UOTTAWACMN 1160Aliaa DakrouryFall

CMN 1160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Meta-Ethics, Normative Ethics, Applied Ethics

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10 Jun 2016
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